For the Easter season, I am reading the Books of Homilies, using John Griffiths’ 1859 edition.
Susannah Black (Plough, Breaking Ground) joins me for a discussion about authority, based around chapter 8 of Oliver O’Donovan’s The Ways of Judgment. This is a teaser for a longer term series of conversations we will be having around the book. If you are interested in following along, I highly recommend that you purchase a copy of the book here. Sir Robert Peel’s Principles of Law Enforcement (1829), which we discuss in the video, can be read here.
Brad Littlejohn and I recently recorded a series of videos in which we discuss issues of wisdom that surround our response to the coronavirus crisis as Christians. In this second video, we discuss the rights and duties of the civil magistrate relative to churches.
Steven Wedgeworth joins me to discuss some ways in which the Coronavirus crisis highlights our need for wisdom, and how the Christian and the Protestant tradition can speak to this need.